Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Does CDAS assist with job placement?
A. CDAS offers job placement assistance for it’s students, and also provides students with the resources to be able to apply for a position as a Dental Assistant such as resume writing support, set of scrubs, and access to several practices with internships available. After successfully completing the course, students will receive a certificate, a letter of recommendation, and a course outline that will be helpful information for potential employers.
Q. Does CDAS offer financial aid?
A. An education with the Colorado Dental Assisting School is an investment in your future. CDAS has payment plan options for everyone, as well as access to grants that pay in full for your education. When enrolling in class, the Registration Fee is due up front to reserve a seat and cover the cost of books and supplies. The cost of Tuition, however, can be financed over 3 to 12 months, with NO interest! We guarantee everyone will be approved for financing as long as you have a debit or credit card – NOBODY is denied! Contact CDAS for more information, or to apply to financing.
Q. Is the Colorado Dental Assisting School recognized by the State of Colorado?
A. Yes, CDAS has been approved and is regulated by the Colorado Division of Private Occupational Schools, a division of the Colorado Department of Higher Education.
Q. What job opportunities are there in Colorado?
A. Many dental offices employ two Dental Assistants per dentist. With over 3000 dentists in Colorado, you can see why the need for assistants is overwhelming. Job opportunities are available in private, corporate, and government dental offices. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates the number of dental assistant jobs in the state of Colorado to grow from 5,730 in 2008 to 7,180 in 2018. As an example,the parent company of CDAS is a dental practice management company that has hired nearly 1 dental assistant every 3 months to keep up with the growth of it’s practices.